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This story is a sequel to Repercussions

Following the events of Repercussions, Sunset Shimmer and her friends try to get their lives back to normal. But they're finding "normal" a little hard to come by. And little do they realize that recent events have attracted some unwanted attention.

NOTE: This is not the promised sequel to "Repercussions." This story will be more a collection of scenes and vignettes following up on the immediate fallout from that story. Reading "Repercussions" is strongly recommended before reading this story.

Updated as daily as possible.

Chapters (6)
Comments ( 21 )

Oh yeah and Oh boy at the same time.

You should call it a side story or an aftermath story because it doesn't apply sequel so they will still be expected one. And a side story can happen any time


i wanted her to live to deal with the Conqunces of her actions, to suffer to know nothing but PAIN, now she dead, and got away with it...GRRRRR!

so powerful so emotional,what a tremendous chapter. well done.

Such a great chapter. I was nearly in tears by the end. Poor Rarity.

This remidns me of a one shot Susnet revealed ehr past to Sci Twi and was rejected, worst yet Sunset wasn;t suprised and just accepted it.

I’m anxious to see how that conversation is going to go.

Sussssspenssssseeeeeee :pinkiecrazy:

Twilight nodded t0 herself.

to, or at least make it T-1000 if anything :rainbowlaugh:

Oh dear, this is not good for CHS and the mane 7 (but it's cool).

So I didn't end up in a wheelchair, in fact these days I have better mobility than I have had since my injury, but I can tell you that you are at least in my experience, spot on about the effect that losing freedom of movement and independance has on you. You know you need help, but you're pissed every time someone offers it, you know you need to keep calm or you're going to lose even more control of your situation, you try to do everything and convince yourself and others that you're fine with the situation.

I really felt a connection to your writing in this chapter and I wanted to let you know that I appreciate your writing and stories

Thank you very much. I was concerned about being inaccurate or insensitive in these chapters focusing on Rarity and I'm glad to know I was portraying her struggle authentically.

You know, if I were an agent investigating weird stuff for an agency of the government which one would presume has a lot of operational leeway due to the nature of their job, the first thing I'd do would be to tap the phone lines of the people I was investigating. Just saying.

Nice job, Mayor Mare, :ajbemused:

why didn't she lock the wheels?...

“The acronym,” Luna replied. “It's one of those that screams whoever started it wanted to sound intimidating and figured out what the letters stood for afterward. 'STORM.' Honestly.”

Yay realistically genre savvy Luna! And yeesh, this sounds serious if we're going dark web on this matter :twilightoops:

I'm now convinced that all high lvl service-types have a bottle of liquor in their desks to cope with the bullshit of others.

Did Rarity unintentionally let the cat out of the bag?

Best chapter so far.

Quite the day.

I would say that you have physio about right too, though Rarity is getting a much ritzier service than I did the mindset is the same, I always feel bad for the staff as they catch the boil over from their patients and charges on the regular.

Aaahhhhhh, i love Tough Love and the therapy segments. Such a fun dynamic between these two. :pinkiehappy:

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